Bulls Bay Nature Festival

From the Forest to the Sea

Saturday – May 20, 2017

Activity Codes

E = Easy (short walk on flat unpaved terrain /short paddling distance)

M = Moderate (longer walk/paddling/biking, 2-3 miles possible)

 

*ALL FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES FREE OF CHARGE*

Pre-Registration is REQUIRED For Most Activities

Online Registration at www.bullsbaynaturefestival.org May 1st
Registration Closes May 13th

Many Activities Take Place Away From the Sewee Center
 Please Note the Activity Location Address

www.bullsbaynaturefestival.org
www.facebook.com/bullsbaynaturefestival


Backporch Storytellers

Max:  None

12 – 2 pm

Registration Required

Cultural History (E) The Backporch Storytellers is a non-profit organization which supports adult storytellers and listeners. If you are interested in oral tradition, you won’t want to miss these intriguing stories of folk lore the storytellers will share. The mission of the Backporch Storytellers is to preserve and perpetuate the ancient art of Storytelling, and to preserve the multi-cultural stories of the Old South, which includes Sea Island and Gullah tales and stories.  Storytellers will meet you at the Arbor, Sewee Butterfly Garden.

Leader: Members of the Backporch Storytellers organization

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

Bee Apiary Demonstration

Max:  None

10 - 11/1 - 2 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (E) See Honey Bees in an actual hive and how the bees play a crucial role in pollination services, providing many of the food items we eat. Hives have long provided humans with honey and beeswax, spawning a large beekeeping industry, though many species occur in the wild. Honeybees are social and cooperative insects, the colonies meant to thrive year after year with thousands of bees! We will describe the bee life cycle from egg to bee. Learn about her Royal Highness and the life of the drones. It’s an amazing bee world!

Leaders: Katie Wean, Master Naturalist, and Journeyman Beekeepers, Charleston Community Bee Gardens
Location:
Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

 

Bike Trip in Swamp Fox Forest Area

Max:  None

10 – 1 pm

Registration Required

Natural History/Outdoor Recreation (E) Pack up your all-terrain/mountain bikes and join Ben Gruber for an 8 mile off-the beaten road trip in the Francis Marion Forest. You begin on a section of the Swamp Fox Trail before you take a service road that will loop back to the Swamp Fox. The route takes you through the Longleaf pine forest, a historical ecosystem that is today regenerated by fire. Bike through a controlled burn area where you will see endangered Red-cockaded woodpecker cavities, and understory plants like wild azalea, blueberry, sweet bay, and grasses. You are sure to hear the drumming of woodpeckers and song of the pine warbler and visiting songbirds as you bike through this unique southern forest. This trip is suitable for ages 8 and older.
Leader: Ben Gruber, Owner Trek Bike Shop of Mount Pleasant
Location: Meet at the Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw 29429
Trip Sponsor: Trek Bike Store

 

Bird Banding & Identification

Max:  20

8-10 am

Registration Required

Natural History (E) You don’t want to miss this very special opportunity to see song birds up-close and in your hand! Join Aaron and learn about banding methods and how this information that’s gathered is used for research projects. Who knows? Maybe we will have a rare opportunity to get close to some of those brilliantly colored migratory warblers who travel hundreds and even thousands of miles to spend the summers with us!

Leader:  Aaron Given, Wildlife Biologist, Kiawah Island

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw 29429

 

Bulls Island Auto Tour

Max: 15

10 - 2 pm

Registration Required

Natural/Cultural History (E) This tour is by automobile/trailer. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the spectacular beauty and learn about the natural and cultural history of Bulls Island, located within the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge.  Travel through the estuary, from the salt marsh through maritime forest, past water impoundments to Boneyard beach, experiencing the connections between natural and human histories that have shaped this barrier island landscape.  Trip highlights include Atlantic Bottle Nosed Dolphins, American Oystercatchers, American Alligators, and Boneyard Beach.

Leader:  Bob Raynor, author of Exploring Bull Island & Tracing the Cape Romain Archipelago

Location:  Meet at Garris Landing in Awendaw for Check in and Departure; GPS Address: 390 Bulls Island Road Awendaw 29429

Trip Sponsor:  Coastal Expeditions

 

Bulls Island Birding and Nature Walk

Max:  20

10 – 2 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (M) Cape Romain’s Bulls Island is known for its amazing diversity of birds, other wildlife, and habitats. Walk along salt marsh, through maritime forest and past impoundments to identify and learn about the many birds, wildlife and plant species you will encounter. The birds of the estuary give way to woodland species, transition to the wading birds in the impoundments, and transition again to the pelagic species of the open Atlantic. Glimpse the island processes that include geological morphology, flora and fauna identification, and other surprises along the way. Bring your binoculars, water, lunch, appropriate clothing and shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent.

Leaders: David McLean and Wil Christenson, Biologists, Cape Romain NWR bird surveyors

Location: Meet at Garris Landing in Awendaw for Check in and Departure; GPS Address: 390 Bulls Island Road Awendaw SC 29429

Trip Sponsor: Coastal Expeditions

Carolina Bay/Wildflower Walk

Max:  20

10 - 1 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (M) Nature enthusiasts will be introduced to one of their favorite plant communities on the Francis Marion National Forest - the Carolina Bay.   Not only are their origins still a mystery but what you will learn about each plant will captivate you for hours. In May, the Bay is ablaze with wildflowers! Enjoy the “insect eating” pitcher plants, blue flag iris and a myriad of other flowers on your walk. Bring water, appropriate clothing and shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent.
Leaders: Joel Gramling, PhD/Interim Head of Biology Department & Assoc Professor of Plant Ecology at The Citadel, Curator of The Citadel Herbarium. Richard Porcher, PhD/ Emeritus Professor of Biology,The Citadel

Location: Francis Marion NF/Check in at Sewee Center Registration/Carpool to Bay

Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Edible Plant Walk

Max:  20

1 - 3:30 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (M) Join the search for edible native plants on portions of the South Tibwin TraiI in the Francis Marion National Forest. Over 40 species of edibles have been discovered in this area! Plants include glasswort, cattails, blackberries, blueberries, violet, muscadine grape, greenbriar, wild mustards and cresses, prickly pear cactus and herbs like red bay and sweet pepperbush to name a few. Bring a water bottle to fill at the artesian well, snacks, a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellant. Binoculars, a knife, a lighter, and a compass never hurt in the woods, either!

Leader: Vaughan Spearman, Stewardship Forester, SC Forestry Commission

Location: South Tibwin Parking Area, Adjacent of Hwy 17 North, approximately 3 mi. S of McClellanville & 11.7 mi. N of Sewee Visitor Center

 

Family Fishing at Sewee Pond

Max:  None

9 – 3 pm

Registration Required

Outdoor Recreation (E) Bring your family out to the Sewee Center pond for some free fishing! Our pond has been stocked with catfish so there will be plenty to catch and take home. Don't know how to fish? No problem, we have youth fishing clinics going on throughout the day. Bring your own gear and bait.  Sewee Pond is adjacent to the Center.

Leader: Self-Serve

Location:  Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Hampton Plantation State Historic Site Tours

Max: None

10/12/2 pm

Registration Required

Cultural History (E) Hampton Plantation is home to the final remnants of a colonial-era rice plantation. It tells the story of the differing and interrelated cultures who resided there over generations: the prominent ruling families of Colonial and Antebellum South Carolina (Rutledges, Horrys and Pinckneys) and the African-American enslaved peoples who provided labor and expertise. Tours include a study of the architecture and evolution of the house, as seen in the open walls and unfurnished rooms, as well as personal insight into the people, both free and enslaved, that called Hampton home. Call the park office at 843-546-9361 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for tour questions. Participants will register at the Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Hwy 17 N Awendaw, SC 29429 . Please arrive at the Sewee Center 30 minutes before the scheduled tours as you will drive to Hampton Plantation following your check-in.
Leader:  Hampton Plantation Ranger

Location: Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, 1950 Rutledge Rd, McClellanville SC  29458

 

Ion Swamp Trail Hike

Max:  20

10 - 12:30 pm

Registration Required

Natural/Cultural History (E) Enjoy a wonderful walk back in time along historic Rice Dikes that encompass Wythewood Plantation.  Interpretation of the natural history; flora and fauna and the cultural history of the plantation included. Bring water, appropriate clothing and shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent.
Leader:  John Galbary, Professional Naturalist
Location
: Ion Swamp Trail/Check in at Sewee Center Registration. Caravan to trail
 Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

KEYNOTE Plant Ecology in the Lowcountry: From Discovery to Recovery

Max: 85

SPEAKER: Joel Gramling, PhD The Citadel
4:30 pm       

Registration Required

The botanical history of the Lowcountry of South Carolina is filled with famous naturalists who named and categorized our flora while exploring a new realm.  Over the last 300 years the Lowcountry has experienced significant cultivation and other alterations that have irrevocably transformed the landscape to produce the plant communities we see today. This talk highlights the contributions and experiences of past Lowcountry botanists and provides insight into how a historical perspective affects plant ecology in the Lowcountry today.

Joel Gramling:  Associate Professor of Plant Ecology & Curator of the Citadel Herbarium; Associate Editor of Native Plants Journal. Working with Dr. Richard Porcher on a guide to the wildflowers of coastal SC.
Location
: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Native Plant Walk at Sewee

Max:  15

10 – 11 am

Registration Required

Natural History (E) Take a walk around the grounds of the Sewee Center looking at the native plants, examining characteristics that define these special plant communities that create the perfect habitat for Lowcountry animals.  A main focus will be on the wildflowers during this easy walk. Bring water, appropriate clothing and shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent.

Leader: John Brubaker, Naturalist, Founder of Lowcountry Chapter of The South Carolina Native Plant Society Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Nature Photography Workshop

Max:  20

10 – 12 pm

Registration Required

Outdoor Recreation (E) Today’s cameras are not simple: each one offers some unique and interesting challenges to us. During this workshop, you will be shown how to work through those challenges and, learn how to use many of the camera functions and how to optimize the settings to improve your nature photography. Discussions will include how to use the ISO, speed settings, white balance, color settings, meter modes image quality setting, file size, shooting modes, scene modes, zoom and the use of flash indoors and outdoors. You will walk around the Sewee Center, learning how to set up and get better nature shots. Bring to the workshop the following: Camera with manual, writing materials, 2-3 prints (4x6), and spare batteries. Workshop will be behind the Sewee Center at the Butterfly Garden.

Leader: Walter Shockley, Professional Nature Photographer

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

 

 

Raptor Flying Demonstration        

Max: None

3 - 4 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (E)   One of the most unique and exciting programs offered by The Center for Birds of Prey is the raptor flight demonstration.  The Center's trained staff will demonstrate several raptors’ various flight and hunting adaptations right in front of your eyes! Watch a hawk soar and glide from tree to tree.  You might see an owl coast past your head without making a sound.  The flying demonstration will include a period for questions and an up-close visit with the birds. Photographs are welcome.

Leader: The Center for Birds of Prey Staff

Location: Sewee Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Red Wolf Program

Max: None

10 - 11/11:30 - 12:30/1 - 2 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (E)   The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service established a recovery program for the endangered Red wolf in 1973. Cape Romain NWR has a significant role in the continued survival of the species. Biologists began to remove remaining Red wolves from the wild in an effort to save the species from extinction.  Come see our Red wolves and learn all about them!  Is their story a success?  “Wolfman” Rob will tell you their incredible story.

Leader:  Rob Johnson, Red Wolf Caretaker, Sewee Visitor Center

Location: Sewee Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

Reptile Demonstration       

Max: None

10 – 3 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (E)   Reptiles Alive! You will see Lowcountry turtles, snakes and the Sewee alligator and learn about the natural history of these amazing creatures as well as learn what to do in case of a snake bite. These live reptiles will be on display in the Sewee Center laboratory.

Leader: Patrick Phillips, Local Reptile Expert

Location: Sewee Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Sweet Grass Basketry Workshop

Max: 10

10 - 12 pm

Registration Required

Cultural History (EWeave a small piece of Gullah history! You will be taught the beginning basics of “sewing” a basket. Use the nail bone tool to bind palmetto leaf with long leaf pine needle and sweet grass to make the bottom coil of the basket. The coil makes a marvelous coaster. Workshop will be held in the Sewee Center classroom.

Leader: Vera Maniqault, Gullah Geechee Historian and Sweet Grass Basketry Artisan

Location:  Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Hwy 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

 

Tibwin Bird Walk – Francis Marion NF

Max: 20

8 – 12 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (M)   The Francis Marion National Forest provides essential stopover habitat for hundreds of autumn and spring migrating bird species, as well as critical breeding habitat for migrants and year round residents. Tibwin Plantation, located between US Hwy 17 and the Intracoastal Waterway is a premier birding location. Approximately 250 species of birds have been documented on the FMNF, 220 of which were recorded on Tibwin Plantation alone. Shoes that can get wet & muddy are suggested. Bring water, snacks and insect repellant. No facilities. Plan for 3 miles of walking. Check weather forecast. Walk will be cancelled if a greater than 40% rain prediction by Channel 5 news.

Leader: Danny Carlson, Francis Marion NF Wildlife Biologist. Jestin Clark, Francis Marion NF Wildlife Biologist

Location:  Tibwin Parking Area, Adjacent of Hwy 17 North, approximately 3 mi. S of McClellanville & 11.7 mi. North of Sewee Visitor Center

 

Tibwin Plantation Tour

Max:  15

1-3 pm

Registration Required

Cultural/Natural History (E) Did you know there is an early 18th century plantation site and a standing plantation house dating to 1822 in the Francis Marion National Forest? The earliest known date of the existence of Tibwin Plantation was documented in 1705 when a 500 acre grant was received by Captain John Collins. Several structures have stood in this location over time, with the existing house built in 1822. Over the years, the property changed hands several times until 1996 when it was acquired by the Francis Marion NF, US Forest Service. Join Robert Morgan in a field visit to a 200 year old plantation house and learn about the rich history of Tibwin as well as that of the Francis Marion and the Forest’s mission and goals today.
Leader: Robert Morgan, Forest Archeologist for Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests
Location: Tibwin Plantation/Check in at Sewee Center Registration. Van tour from the Center to Tibwin Plantation site

 

Wambaw Creek Kayak & Canoe Paddle

Max: 10 per trip

10 - 12 /1-3 pm

Registration Required

Natural History (M)  Explore a pristine protected wilderness area in the Francis Marion National Forest by canoe or kayak.  See old growth cypress trees, turtles and possibly a few shy alligators in a beautiful black water flooded forest.  2 hour paddle.  Families and beginners welcome (ages 4 and up).

Leader:   Kathie Livingston, Professional Naturalist & Sierra Club Silent Footprinter 2015 Award Winner

Location:  Francis Marion NF/ Check in at Sewee Center Registration, 5821 Hwy 17 N Awendaw, SC 29429 10 am to caravan to site OR meet at 10:30 am at the Palmetto Store 10086 North Hwy 17, McClellanville, SC 29458
Trip Sponsor: Nature Adventures Outfitters, Inc.

Youth Archery  

Max: None

10 - 11 /11 - 12/1 - 2/2 – 3 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation (E)  Come and learn the basic steps of Archery!  Learn all about stance, grip, aim and shot. Certified archery instructors will teach you safety and consistency for beginners, along with proven techniques to become a successful archer. Improve your hand/eye coordination and participate in some healthy competition at the end of your lesson! Ages:  5 years and older (rubber tip), 10x20x18 tent; 10 years and older (steel tips), 3-D targets.
Leader:
Certified Archery Instructors, Bowhunters of SC

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Youth Carnivorous Plants  

Max: 15

11 – 12pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation (E)   Most plants flourish on water, soil nutrients and a lot of sunlight, but carnivorous plants also eat small creatures like insects. You’ll tear open some old pitcher plant leaves and look for remnants of the plants’ prey. You’ll probably be able to look at the prey parts and identify some of the creatures trapped and eaten by the plants!

Leader: Dwight Williams, Entomologist

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Youth DNR Fishing Simulator Trailer  

Max: None

10 - 3 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation (E)   This fun high-tech/hands-on virtual fishing experience is just right for young fishermen! Everyone will catch something- maybe even a Blue Marlin! Offered through the SCDNR Take One Make One (TOMO) education program, the activity is sure to spark the interest and get kids excited about fishing.

Leader: SCDNR and Cape Romain NWR Staff

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

 

Youth DNR Pellet Gun Shooting Range   

Max: None

10 – 12/1 - 3 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation (E)  

This pellet gun activity is offered through the SCDNR Take One Make One (TOMO) education program, designed to teach safe practices to children who have no previous outdoor shooting experience. Kids -   experience the shooting sports and the outdoors and, increase your awareness and the value of wildlife and the natural environment!  Must be 48” in height to participate in activity.
Leader: Sgt.  Mark Ferrell, SCDNR Officer

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429

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Youth Exploration of Rotten Logs

Max: 15

2 - 3 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Natural History (E)   When a tree dies and falls to the ground that’s the end of the tree’s life, but the beginning of many other lives and livelihoods.  You’ll dig through some rotting tree trunks to see the community of animals living inside.  What might you find?  Termites, millipedes, bess beetles, cockroaches and roly-polies eating wood, other plant matter and fungi as well as a host of predators like spiders and centipedes.  Using magnifying equipment, you will really get a close-up look at the smallest insects!

Leader:  Dwight Williams, Entomologist

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

Youth Fishing Workshop for Beginners 

Max: None

9 – 10/11 – 12 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation (E) Kids! Enjoy a fishing workshop at the Sewee Pond that will be sure to have you catching the “big ones” in the Sewee Pond. The topics and techniques that will be covered in the workshop include: safety, knot tying, casting, and catch/release practices. You will be guided through stations to learn how to assemble fishing knots including the Clinch and Palomar knots and how to properly and safely cast a fishing rod. Then, learn how to catch and release fish out of the Sewee Pond! The workshop will be held at the Sewee Picnic Shelter. Beginners ages 7-12 

Leaders: East Cooper Fishing Club Members

Location: Sewee Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429
Sponsor: East Cooper Fishing Club

Youth Kayaking 101

Max: 14

11-12 pm

Registration Required

Kayaking 101 is the perfect introduction to paddling in the Nebo Pond. In this quiet, fresh water pond, you
will have a great time learning all about the basics of paddling. Kayaks, PFDs and paddles will be provided. Water shoes/sandals with straps required – no flip flops. Kids 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult in tandem kayak. Kids over 12 are allowed to paddle solo.
Leaders:
Coastal Expeditions Certified Guides
Location: Sewee Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429
Sponsor: Coastal Expeditions

Youth Nature Art – Crafting with Shells

Max: 15

9 - 3 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Nature Crafts (E) Come and create unique arts and crafts using Nature’s treasures with the McClellanville arts council “where everyone is an artist” - especially you!
Leader: Erica Hurteau
Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

Youth Pond Ecology   -   Life in the Pond

Max: 15

12 - 1 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Natural History (E)   Dive into a world of alien looking animals, where a single drop of water may contain thousands of foreign creatures all fighting for survival, and strange beings lie in the murky depths below.  Welcome to "Life in the Pond!"  Using aquatic equipment, participants will get to observe and learn about the strange creatures that live below the water's surface and how these wonderful animals can help us assess the quality of the water.

Leader:  Crystal Herron, Environmental Educator, Friends of Coastal South Carolina

Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429

Youth Stand-Up Paddle Boarding

Max: 10 per session

10 – 10:30/10:30 – 11:00

Registration Required

Youth/Natural History (E)  Want to try stand-up paddle boarding? This is the time! A fun water adventure for you and your parents at the Nebo Pond, nestled in the forest just off of the Nebo Trail.  Boards, PFDs, and paddles are included. Water shoes/sandals with straps required – no flip flops. Ages 6 years and older.
Leader:  Coastal Expeditions Certified Guides
Location: Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429
Sponsor: Coastal Expeditions

Youth Zip Line Adventure

Max: 15

3:30 – 4:30 pm

Registration Required

Youth/Outdoor Recreation(E)  ZIP and Fly under the forested canopy! This fun activity is also a wonderful way to build skill and confidence. The kid’s zip is designed for ages 5-11 and ranges from 25 feet in height to ground level with two zip line circuits; this is a continuous belay system which means once they start the course, they never unclip.  Requirements: weight at least 40lbs and no more than 180lbs; have a minimum vertical reach of 46″ when standing flat footed; have a maximum height is 5ft 6in; must be wearing closed-toed and closed-heeled shoes -no flip-flops, crocs, etc.  Ages 5-11
Leader: Charleston Zip Line Adventures Certified Instructors
Location: Meet at Sewee Visitor Center, 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC 29429
Sponsor: Charleston Zip Line Adventures

Activities for Youngsters Ages 6 and under: Red Wolf Masks, Turtle Hats, & Fish Art  10 – 3 pm
 
Face Painting hosted by Awendaw Youth Council   10 – 3 pm

**2016 Wildlife Art Contest Student Winners Recognized – Music Stage 12:00 PM**

Prize Winning Student Artwork on Display in the Sewee Center Lobby


Musical Entertainment    10:00 am -3:00 pm

Enjoy Great Music Performances with our Lowcountry Musicians!

 

Lowcountry Friends of Old Time Music – Traditional string band

10:00-10:45

Daniel Patrick – Bluegrass/80s

11:00 – 11:45

Rene Russell – Blues/Rock

12:30 – 1:15 pm

Awendaw Community Singers/LowcountryGospel Group – Southern gospel

1:30 – 2:45 pm

Location:  Sewee Center 5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw SC  29429


Music Soundstage Sponsored by Awendaw Green


Artwork, Crafts & Native Plants will be sold by Lowcountry Artisans &
Naturescapes of Beaufort

 

Purchase Wildlife Art Notecards Created by 2016 Contest Winners! Contributions from sales will purchase art supplies for our community schools

 

Have lunch at the festival. Building Hope Missions & Other Vendors will serve Lowcountry Dishes, Hot Dogs, and More!

 

 

Many thanks to community partners, businesses and sponsors and to all of our volunteers and staff that work to bring this annual community nature festival to you!

 

Festival Partners

 

Awendaw Green – East Cooper Fishing Club – Hampton Plantation State Historic Site – The Center for Birds of Prey – Bowhunters of South Carolina – Nature Adventures Outfitters – Town of Awendaw – Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge – Sewee Outpost – Town of McClellanville – Coastal Expeditions – Francis Marion National Forest – SC Department of Natural Resources – Friends of Coastal SC – SC Forestry Commission –
Charleston Zip Line Adventures

 

 

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